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Offbeat5-year-old alerts family to two Thanksgiving fires that destroyed home

21:40  27 november  2018
21:40  27 november  2018 Source:   wbaltv.com

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Baltimore County fire investigators said a 5-year-old is responsible for alerting his family to two fires that destroyed their massive Lutherville home on Thanksgiving.

Firefighters were called out to the home on Greenspring Avenue on Thanksgiving afternoon. Investigators said the boy noticed the flames and told his family, which made it out OK. Sparks from a chimney caused the roof to ignite, officials said.

The family decided to spend the night in the pool house, which proved lucky, because the fire reignited in the chimney around 3:30 a.m. Police said the 5-year-old was, again, the one who noticed the fire.

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The three-alarm fire destroyed the 10-bedroom home. Fire officials said it's unclear what caused the fire to reignite.

Investigators are calling both accidental.

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